Jennifer Crumbley Wiki – Jennifer Crumbley Biography
Jennifer Crumbley is the mother of Oxford High School shooting suspect Ethan Crumbley, who officials say killed four students in a rampage in Michigan on Tuesday, November 30, 2021.
In a press conference, Oakland County Prosecutor Karen McDonald said that the suspect’s parents might face charges related to the firearm used in the shooting.
The gun was purchased by the teen’s father, James Crumbley, on Black Friday, officials said. McDonald did not specifically accuse the parents of any wrongdoing but said multiple times that gun owners who do not correctly secure weapons should face the consequences of using them in a crime.
She is 43 years old.
Jennifer Crumbley, who goes by Jehn Crumbley, is listed as a realtor for a Clarkston, Michigan, real estate company. She is 43 and lives in Oxford, Michigan, with her husband, James, and their son. Local media reports showed police searching their East Street home after the shooting.
She appeared over video with her husband to watch the arraignment of their son Wednesday afternoon. Both parents had their lips pursed, and they both wore hats partially obscuring their faces. James Crumbley’s lips were quivering after he introduced himself to Judge Nancy T. Carniak.
McDonald announced in the press conference Wednesday afternoon that EthanCrumbley, 15, is being charged as an adult with four counts of first-degree murder, one count of terrorism causing death, seven counts of assault with intent to murder, and 12 counts of possession of a firearm in the commission of a felony. His arraignment was held on the evening of December 1, 2021. After hearing arguments from both prosecutors and defense attorneys, Carniak agreed to transfer the suspect from Children’s Village, a juvenile detention facility, to the county jail. He will be separated from adults in the facility, officials said. Bail was denied in his case.
Officials said that the deceased victims were identified on November 30 as 17-year-old Madisyn Baldwin, 14-year-old Hana St. Juliana, and 16-year-old Tate Myre. A fourth victim, 17-year-old Justin Shilling, died a day after the shooting.
Jennifer Crumbley wrote a blog post published November 11, 2016, titled, “Dear Mr. Trump.” She said she decided to vote for Trump in the post, although his political platform often conflicted with her values. She described her family as middle class and hardworking and said her son has two working parents. She said she supports the right to bear arms.
“As a female and a Realtor, thank you for allowing my right to bear arms and allowing me to be protected if I show a home to someone with bad intentions. Thank you for respecting that Amendment,” she wrote.
She also noted her son struggles in school with everyday core learning.
You see, Mr. Trump, I need you to stop common core. My son struggles daily, and my teachers tell me they hate teaching it but the HAVE to. Their pay depends on these stupid f****** test scores. I have to pay for a Tutor, why? Because I can’t figure out 4th grade math. I used to be good at math. I can’t afford a Tutor, in fact I sacrifice car insurance to make sure my son gets a good education and hopefully succeeds in life. My parents teach at a school where their kids come from illegal immigrant parents. Most of their parents are locked up. They don’t care about learning and threaten to kill my mom for caring about their grades. Do you realize Mr. Trump that they get free tutors, free tablets from our Government so they can succeed. Why cant my son get those things, do we as hard working Americans not deserve that too?
Crumbley is a realtor with 23 years of experience, according to her Realtor.com profile.
It lists her skills including:
– Negotiating top dollar for your property (Residential and Commercial)
– Complete Loyalty, Commitment with Personal and friendly service
– Working with Sellers & helping them understand Foreclosure process
– Creating Short Sale packages and submitting all documents for Short Sales to the lender for approval.
– Obtaining TOP dollars on properties for the Bank and Seller
Crumbley was listed as a real estate agent, but the company removed her staff bio the day after the shooting. Here is her deleted profile: